Make a meaningful contribution by including a gift to Happy Hub Kampot Incorporated in your Will, you can help ensure that we will always be there for Cambodia's most impoverished children and their families, providing heath care, education and much needed living necessities like clean drinking water, housing and latrines . There are a few different options and we'll do our best to make it a simple process for you. We understand this is a very personal decision, and all bequest information is held in strictest confidence. No matter the size of your gift, it will help us improve the living standards for these families. Maximising the impact of your donation At Happy Hub Kampot, your donated dollar really has a BIG impact. All people who run Happy Hub Kampot are volunteers and our administration fees are kept to the bare minimum, which means your donation has an even greater impact! At Happy Hub Kampot we’re proud of this, but this is just the base from which we want to grow for the future.
How to leave a gift in your Will There are three types of gifts you can choose from: A residuary bequest – after taking care of friends and family, you can leave all or a percentage of the remainder of your estate to Happy Hub Kampot Incorporated.
A percentage of your estate – leave a nominated portion or fixed percentage of your estate to Happy Hub Kampot Incorporated. This will remain inflation‑proof and you’ll be less likely to need to update your Will in the future.
A specific bequest – leave a specific sum of money or a specified item, such as artwork, jewellery, property, antiques or shares.
Adding a gift to your Will If you already have a Will and would like to add a gift to Happy Hub Kampot Incorporated, speak to your solicitor about adding a codicil – a short legal amendment. We have prepared some wording for your solicitor to use to include a gift to Happy Hub Kampot Incorporated in your Will: I bequest to Happy Hub Kampot Incorporated (ABN: 90568817664) for its general purpose the sum of $ . . . . . . . . . . . (or portion of or residue of estate or description of property) and I declare that the receipt of the treasurer or other proper officer shall be sufficient discharge of my Trustee.